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Pauli Principle

Why is it interesting?

It is the fact that the electrons cannot all get on top of each other that makes tables and everything else solid. Richard Feynman

Layman

According to Pauli, not only do electrons each insists on taking up a finite amount of room, they have to have their own rooms. Thus, the quantum Hall problem may be described as a sort of housing crisis, or as the problem of assigning office space at the Institute for Theoretical Physics to visitors who do not want to share offices. http://xxx.lanl.gov/pdf/cond-mat/9501022v2

Student

In this section things should be explained by analogy and with pictures and, if necessary, some formulas.

Researcher

The motto in this section is: the higher the level of abstraction, the better.
Common Question 1
Common Question 2

Examples

Example1
Example2:

History

Contributing authors:

Jakob Schwichtenberg
advanced_notions/pauli_principle.txt · Last modified: 2018/05/18 05:38 by 77.10.73.75